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1. Revamp – सुधार
Meaning – give new and improved form, structure, or appearance to.
Usage – “an attempt to revamp the museum’s image”
Synonyms – renovate, redecorate, refurbish, recondition, rehabilitate, rebuild, reconstruct, overhaul, make over; modernize, update, bring up to date, renew; improve, upgrade; refit, re-equip, refurnish; brighten up, freshen up, spruce up; remodel, refashion, redesign, restyle, rejig, rework, redo, remould, reorganize.
2. Rendition – प्रतिपादन
Meaning – a performance or interpretation, especially of a dramatic role or piece of music.
Usage – “a wonderful rendition of ‘Nessun Dorma’”
Synonyms – performance, rendering, interpretation, presentation, execution, delivery; playing, singing, reading, recitation, recital.
3. Rabid – विक्षिप्त
Meaning – having or proceeding from an extreme or fanatical support of or belief in something.
Usage – “a rabid feminist”
Synonyms – extreme, fanatical, overzealous, over-enthusiastic, extremist, violent, maniacal, wild, passionate, fervent, diehard, uncompromising; intolerant, unreasonable, illiberal, bigoted, prejudiced, biased, partisan.
4. Rumpus – कलह
Meaning – a noisy disturbance; a row.
Usage – “he caused a rumpus with his flair for troublemaking”
Synonyms – disturbance, commotion, uproar, confusion, furore, brouhaha, hue and cry, ruckus, fuss, fracas, melee, tumult, riot, brawl, free-for-all, scuffle, struggle, altercation, quarrel; noise, racket, din, outcry; donnybrook.
5. Petrify – पत्थर बनाना
Meaning – make (someone) so frightened that they are unable to move.
Usage – “his icy controlled quietness petrified her”
Synonyms – terrified, terror-stricken, terror-struck, horrified, horror-stricken, horror-struck, scared/frightened out of one’s wits, scared witless, scared/frightened to death, aghast, appalled; paralysed, stunned, stupefied, transfixed, benumbed, frozen.
6. Pejorative – अपमानजनक
Meaning – expressing contempt or disapproval.
Usage – “permissiveness is used almost universally as a pejorative term”
Synonyms – disparaging, derogatory, denigratory, deprecatory, defamatory, slanderous, libellous, abusive, insulting, slighting, vituperative, disapproving, contemptuous; informalbitchy; rareinvective, contumelious.
7. Onslaught – हमला
Meaning – a fierce or destructive attack.
Usage – “a series of onslaughts on the citadel”
Synonyms – assault, attack, offensive, aggression, advance, charge, onrush, rush, storming, sortie, sally, raid, descent, incursion, invasion, foray, push, thrust, drive, blitz, bombardment, barrage, salvo, storm, volley, shower, torrent, broadside; archaiconset.
8. Naivete – भोलेपन
Meaning – lack of experience, wisdom, or judgement.
Usage – “his appalling naivety in going to the press”
Synonyms – innocence, lack of sophistication, lack of experience, ingenuousness, guilelessness, lack of guile, unworldliness, childlikeness, trustfulness, simplicity, naturalness; gullibility, credulousness, credulity, over-trustfulness, lack of suspicion, blind faith, immaturity, callowness, greenness, ignorance.
9. Recluse – वैरागी
Meaning – a person who lives a solitary life and tends to avoid other people.
Usage – “she has turned into a virtual recluse”
Synonyms – hermit, ascetic; monk, nun; marabout, santon; rareeremite, anchorite, anchoress, stylite, cenobite.
10. Upshot – परिणाम
Meaning – the final or eventual outcome or conclusion of a discussion, action, or series of events.
Usage – “the upshot of the meeting was that he was on the next plane to New York”
Synonyms – result, consequence, outcome, out-turn, sequel, effect, reaction, repercussion, reverberations, ramification, end, end result, conclusion, termination, culmination, denouement, corollary, concomitant, aftermath.